- Knowledge Level
- Memorizing and identifying facts. It provides the basis for greater
- Ranges from specific facts to information about complex theories.
- Knowledge of Species
- Knowledge of Terminology - definitions
- Knowledge of Specific Facts - dates, events, persons, places, etc.
- Knowledge of Ways and Means of Dealing with Specifics
- Knowledge of Conventions - awareness of accepted means for
dealing with information or situations
- Knowledge of Trends and Sequences - knowledge of various
phenomena in relation to time
- Knowledge of Classifications and Categories - remembering
groups of information
- Knowledge of Criteria - awareness of criteria
- Knowledge of Methodology - awareness of several methods or
- Knowledge of the Universals and Abstractions in a Field -
knowledge of principles, generalizations, theories, and structures
- Focuses on meaning and intent of the material. The ability to
understand th literal meaning of the subject matter.
- Repeat what author said, using learner's words
- Translation of foreign language into another language
- Translation of technical terms to layman's terms
- Make the material meaningful
- Rearrange the material by order of significance
- Relate information to new situations
- Extend abilities of translation and interpretation to determine
consequences based on original communication
- Applying what has been learned to other situations and learning tasks.
- When application is developed, it is likely to be one of the more
permanent acquisitions in learning.
- Knowledge which has problem solving power, transferable to situations
- Deal with whole ideas and skills, rather than solely with parts
- Includes a minimum of instructions; part of the problem is the
student determining which technique to utilize to solve the problem
- Requires the student to "see" the underlying ideas, devices and
workings of a document or communication.
- Necessary for deeper understand when decisions are being reached
and problems are being attacked.
- When analyzing abilities are attained, they can be applied to new
problems in creative ways.
- Analysis of Elements - the student is expected to break down
material into parts, then identify and clasify parts
- Analysis of Relationships - determine connection and
interaction between parts.
- Analysis of Organizational Principles - determine author's
general conception of a field inorder to better comprehend the meaning of
- Encourages students to think creatively and make original
conclusions. The ability to put parts and elements together in a form
new to the student.
- Most clearly provides for creative behavior by the learner, while the
work is still expected to be within the limits set by the theories or
- Production of a Unique Communication - student originates a
product that procudes their original feelings, should represent the
- Production of a Plan - requires the student to produce a plan or
solution to a particular situation.
- Derivation of a Set of Abstract Relations - requires students
to a way to explain how a system of classification is reached
- Requires students to make a judgement about something, using criteria
or a standard for making the judgement.
- Evaluation in Terms of Internal Evidence - requires students
to analuze data and conclusions for logical accuracy consistency and
- Evaluation in Terms of External Criteria - focus is on having
students apply known criteria to judge situations or conditins that they